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Malaysian minister attempts to promote sustainable palm oil on mission to Europe

Teresa Kok, Malaysia’s Primary Industries Minister, visited European countries this month to soften hearts and minds on palm oil, which Europe is banning as a biofuel under the revision of the EU Renewable Energy Directive II (EU RED II).

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A Malaysian government minister has sought to address “anti-palm oil sentiments” prevalent in Europe in a ten-day mission to key European countries this month.


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